Facility Friday: Texas A&M Rec, FGCU Strength Center and More

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The Texas A&M University System Board of Regents authorized the construction of a $35 million recreational facility. The 63,000-square-foot South Campus Recreation Center will feature strength and conditioning areas; spaces for basketball, volleyball and indoor soccer; a climbing wall; locker rooms and more. The project is expected to be completed in June 2022. — today.tamu.edu

Abilene Christian University is set to renovate its Moody Coliseum, home to the men’s and women’s basketball programs and women’s volleyball program. Plans call for renovations to the seating bowl, reducing overall capacity from approximately 4,100 to 3,600 to accommodate additional leg room, improved accessibility and larger seats in some sections. In addition, the facility will add a 2,000-square-foot hospitality room. Upgrades for players will also be included, with enhancements planned for locker rooms and training rooms, as well. — ACUSports.com  

Florida Gulf Coast University recently dedicated the Sublett Family Strength and Conditioning Center. The facility offers an enhanced fitness complex with weights, indoor turf for speed training and cardio equipment that can accommodate more than 100 student-athletes at a time. — FGCUAthletics.com

Washburn University held a ribbon-cutting ceremony for its indoor practice facility this week. The $20.6 million project includes a state-of-the-art football practice field, a 200-meter banked competition track and additional lanes for sprint and jump events. The facility also features seating for 1,500. — KSNT.com

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